Super 8 Twin Falls
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Great motel, nice staff, very hardworking cleaning ladies, the place is spotless! Room with fridge, micro, TV, phone, clean as a whistle. Bit of noise from the 'neighbors' upstairs, probably kids running around. Best motel so far on our trip.
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